Time Management can be one of the most challenging and stressful things about being a college student. Learn how to balance time for studying, doing homework, socializing, working and sleeping.
Mark the place for each item that corresponds to yourself.
How to Score Procrastination Self-Assessment
Items 7, 12, 14, and 16
Give yourself four points for each mark in column A, three points for each mark in column B, two points for each mark in column C, and 1 point for each mark in column D.
Give yourself one point for each mark in column A, two points for each mark in column B, and three points for each mark in column C, four points for each mark in column D.
Total Your Points
You should arrive at a total ranging between 16 and 64. The average for college students is 40. Smaller scores indicate a greater tendency to procrastinate.
Procrastination: Postponing or delaying needlessly, especially out of habitual carelessness or laziness.
Plan for tomorrow – don’t put it off until tomorrow!
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